How to contact your state lawmakers

When the 2015 session of Washington’s Legislature begins on Monday in Olympia, the Snohomish County delegation will have two new members in the state House of Representatives — Republican Mark Harmsworth of Mill Creek and Democrat Strom Peterson of Edmonds. Here’s the complete list of state lawmakers in the seven districts of Snohomish and Island counties and how to reach them by email or phone.

Messages can also be left for senators and representatives at the Legislative Hotline, 800-562-6000. The hotline enables callers to track the progress of bills and learn when hearings or legislative action are planned. You also can sign up to receive emails of upcoming committee meetings, press releases from agencies and other legislative events. That information can be found on the Legislature website at leg.wa.gov.

1st District

SENATE

Rosemary McAuliffe

  • Democrat, Bothell
  • Office: 360-786-7600
  • Email: rosemary.mcauliffe@leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 1

Derek Stanford

  • Democrat, Bothell
  • Office: 360-786-7928
  • Email: derek.stanford@leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 2

Luis Moscoso

  • Democrat, Mountlake Terrace
  • Office: 360-786-7900
  • Email: luis.moscoso@ leg.wa.gov

10th District

SENATE

Barbara Bailey

  • Republican, Oak Harbor
  • Office: 360-786-7618
  • Email: barbara.bailey@ leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 1

Norma Smith

  • Republican, Clinton
  • Office: 360-786-7884
  • Email: norma.smith@ leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 2

Dave Hayes

  • Republican, Camano Island
  • Office: 360-786-7914
  • Email: dave.hayes@leg.wa.gov

21st District

SENATE

Marko Liias

  • Democrat, South Everett
  • Office: 360-786-7640
  • Email: marko.liias@leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 1

Strom Peterson

  • Democrat, Edmonds
  • Office: 360-786-7950
  • Email: strom.peterson@ leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 2

Lillian Ortiz-Self

  • Democrat, Mukilteo
  • Office: 360-786-7972
  • Email: lillian.ortiz-self@ leg.wa.gov

32nd District

SENATE

Maralyn Chase

  • Democrat, Shoreline
  • Office: 360-786-7662
  • Email: maralyn.chase@ leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 1

Cindy Ryu

  • Democrat, Shoreline
  • Office: 360-786-7880
  • Email: cindy.ryu@leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 2

Ruth Kagi

  • Democrat, Seattle
  • Office: 360-786-7910
  • Email: ruth.kagi@leg.wa.gov

38th District

SENATE

John McCoy

  • Democrat, Tulalip
  • Office: 360-786-7674
  • Email: john.mccoy@leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 1

June Robinson

  • Democrat, Everett
  • Office: 360-786-7864
  • Email: june.robinson@leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 2

Mike Sells

  • Democrat, Everett
  • Office: 360-786-7840
  • Email: mike.sells@leg.wa.gov

39th District

SENATE

Kirk Pearson

  • Republican, Monroe
  • Office: 360-786-7676
  • Email: kirk.pearson@ leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 1

Dan Kristiansen

  • Republican, Snohomish
  • Office: 360-786-7967
  • Email: dan.kristiansen@ leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 2

Elizabeth Scott

  • Republican, Monroe
  • Office: 360-786-7816
  • Email: elizabeth.scott@ leg.wa.gov

44th District

SENATE

Steve Hobbs

  • Democrat, Lake Stevens
  • Office: 360-786-7686
  • Email: steve.hobbs@leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 1

Hans Dunshee

  • Democrat, Snohomish
  • Office: 360-786-7804
  • Email: hans.dunshee@leg.wa.gov

HOUSE POSITION 2

Mark Harmsworth

  • Republican, Mill Creek
  • Office: 360-786-7892
  • Email: mark.harmsworth@ leg.wa.gov

TV coverage TVW: The state’s public affairs channel and website: www.tvw.org.

Legislature website: Information on lawmakers, bills, committee hearings, floor votes and existing laws: leg.wa.gov.

News from Olympia: Herald political writer Jerry Cornfield reports from the Capitol: Heraldnet.com/politics.

Last scheduled day: April 26, 2015.

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